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Woman has devised a genius way of keeping her family entertained - by posing giant teddies performing daily tasks

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mother-of-four who cannot bear the boredom of isolation has devised a genius way of keeping her family entertained - by posing giant teddies performing daily tasks. Businesswoman Amanda Briscall, 48, posed the life-sized teddy bears doing gardening in her back yard - much to the delight of neighbours passing her house on their daily walk. And they even enjoyed a beer in the garden in front of the log fire one night as a treat for all their hard work.

Couple with 23-year age gap got engaged in a MONTH, have matching tattoos & he’s 3 years younger than her parents

***EXCLUSIVE*** BOULDER, COLORADO, CANANDA: It was love at first swipe for this TWENTY-THREE-YEAR age gap couple who met on BUMBLE - and got ENGAGED after dating for just ONE MONTH. In March 2019, luxury real estate agent, Sarai Serface (27) Boulder, Colorado, USA, had just moved to Denver when she decided to try out the Bumble dating app to meet someone. After struggling to find someone within her age range, she decided to expand her age preference and she soon matched with Joel (50) who was living just 30 minutes away. They both felt an instant connection as soon as they swiped right for each other, but after just a couple of days of messaging each other and talking on the phone, the sparks they felt turned into love. The first date went from an instant connection to never a moment apart. Within just a month in April 2019, they both knew they were committed to each other and decided to commemorate this with matching infinity tattoos and shortly thereafter, Joel asked Sarai to marry him at a restaurant where they were on a date. On November 11, 2019, they decided to permanently mark their engagement by getting matching „222” tattoos on their ring fingers. Then just three months later they got married in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on February 22, 2020. Whilst Sarai’s parents, both 53 years old, were initially sceptical, they have since warmed to him as a friend.

A woman who dropped her phone in the River Thames found it in the water two months later - and it still worked

***EXCLUSIVE*** Thayse Bussolo-Vieira, 29, was feeding the swans when her brand new iPhone 8 fell out of her pocket and into the river in early February. She was “devastated” because the phone contained thousands of treasured photos on which she hadn't backed up. Thayse, a British Airways administrator, even contemplated jumping in to rescue the £480 device - but decided it was too dangerous.

This is the moment a weary traveller returned to Britain - after almost getting stranded in one of the world's most remote and exotic locations

***EXCLUSIVE*** Jamie Spring, 28, decided to pose for a tongue in cheek airport snap following a frantic trip across three continents. He and girlfriend Abi Morris, 25, were visiting the idyllic Galapagos Islands when the coronavirus pandemic hit - and found themselves marooned. The health scare meant the couple were forced to live in a hotel with rapidly diminshing stocks of food - while worrying about how they would get home.

An art lover is trying to track down the mystery artist behind his amazing collection of 27 rare, perfect replicas of World War One oil paintings

***EXCLUSIVE*** David Boothby, 59, bought the impressive art collection a year ago and has been trying to track down their creator ever since. All that is known of the artist is that he is called 'Ray' and is possibly a former worker at the Vauxhall car factory in Luton.

Grizzly bear looks like it has a sore head

Kosovo: We all know the feeling. This brown bears seems to be having an off day, pictured by photographer Arben Llapashtica with its hand clutching its head. At least the grizzly is in a good place, it is one of the inhabitants of Kosovo’s Bear Sanctuary Prishtina, a safe and species-appropriate home for all former „restaurant bears” and other bears rescued from poor keeping conditions. Established in 2013, the facility is set in an area of 16 hectares, surrounded by lush forests and untouched nature. It provides a lifelong home for brown bears that were kept as restaurant bears in Kosovo and Albania.

CoVent ventilator designed by Dyson

The new CoVent ventilator specifically designed by Dyson and TTP, The Technology Partnership. James Dyson explains: ''Hospitals are the frontline in the war against Covid-19, where heroic doctors, nurses, and care workers are battling to save lives and help people recover from this terrible virus. As with any battle, there are many challenges to overcome, not least the availability of essential equipment which in this case means ventilators. A ventilator supports a patient who is no longer able to maintain their own airways but sadly there is currently a significant shortage, both in the UK and other countries around the world. Since I received a call from Boris Johnson ten days ago, we have refocused resources at Dyson, and worked with TTP, The Technology Partnership, to design and build an entirely new ventilator, The CoVent. This new device can be manufactured quickly, efficiently and at volume. It is designed to address the specific clinical needs of Covid-19 patients, and it is suited to a variety of clinical settings. The core challenge was how to design and deliver a new, sophisticated medical product in volume and in an extremely short space of time. The race is now on to get it into production.''

Diving kingfisher creates waterdrop shower

***EXCLUSIVE*** A brightly coloured kingfisher bursts out of the water after catching a small fish. As the bird flaps and flies upwards it spreads its wings creating a shower of waterdrops.

Vast solar panel farm in desert

***EXCLUSIVE*** The perfectly ordered rows of a huge solar panel farm in the middle of a desert absorb the sun's heat. The 3,500 acre site provides power to more than 140,000 homes annually.

Traditional fish sauce making

***EXCLUSIVE*** Workers mix thousands of litres of traditional fish sauce into pastel coloured clay pots in Bình Thuận, Vietnam. Photographer Nguyen Phuc Thanh travelled to Southern Vietnam to capture the work that is passed down through generations of families.